Elizabeth Mandeville ’04
Interim Executive Co-Director and Director, Exploration & Experiential Learning, Wellesley College

Elizabeth Mandeville
Elizabeth Mandeville directs the Exploration and Experiential Learning team in Career Education at Wellesley College.

In this role, she leads in the design, development and strengthening of campus initiatives that help students to identify and clarify the connection between self and society as they engage with complex social issues, explore their leadership potential and identify possible career paths. The grouping of Wellesley’s Civic Engagement, Fellowships and Internships programs and our College Career Mentors within this team enables holistic and personal exploration of a student’s own strengths, values, interests and goals that is unique to Wellesley. Liz graduated from Wellesley with a degree in international relations and earned her graduate degree at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. She was a Luce Scholar in Cambodia and has worked for the United Nations Development Programme, the Feinstein International Center and Mount Holyoke College. An advocate for women’s leadership and a student of international organizations and global affairs, she is honored to serve Wellesley’s mission to prepare women leaders who will make a difference in the world.